Clinton, S.C. – Presbyterian College women’s soccer coach Brian Purcell announced the addition of Megan Serrano to the 2018 signing class.

“We feel very fortunate to sign a player of Megan’s experience and ability at this point in the recruiting cycle,” said Purcell. “She will be a great addition to our Goalkeeper Corps.  Megan is a very strong student and person of great character.  I look forward to coaching her for the next four years.”

Megan Serrano – GK – 5’8” – Jacksonville, N.C. (Jacksonville H.S.)

High School: Played four years of varsity soccer at Jacksonville HS earning All-Conference honors twice as well being named All-Region and All-State once ... Member of four conference championship teams and one regional championship team ... Team finished runners-up at the regional championship twice and at the state championship once ... Played in the "East vs West All-Star Game" as well as in the "Clash of the Carolinas."

Club: Played club soccer with the Triangle Futbol Club Alliance ... Team won the State Cup Championship and Southern Regional Championship within the National League ... 2017 Southern Regional Golden Glove Winner as well as the 2017 US Youth Soccer National Championship's "Best 11" award.

Personal: Megan Anne Serrano ... Daughter of Sergio Serrano ... Chose PC because of the great opportunity to learn, grow and compete as a Division I soccer player while receiving a great education ... Intends to major in psychology.